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New COVID-19 Rules

COVID-19 restrictions have been slightly eased this morning. Here’s what Sunbury residents are allowed to do now. The 5km radius has been increased to 25km. There is no time limit on the amount of time spent outdoors. Story continues below… Golf courses, skate parks and tennis courts will reopen. Outdoor gatherings can have up to 10 people from two different households. You will be allowed to get a haircut. You will be allowed to attend an auction. You can…

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Latest Lockdown Laws

As most of you probably already know, Premier Dan Andrews delivered his roadmap out of lockdown on Sunday. Here are the latest rules we have to live by. You can only leave your home for one of four reasons – permitted work, to give or receive care, to exercise or to get essential food or supplies. Exercise is limited to one hour per day and only within a 5km radius of your home. Shopping must be within a 5km…

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Sexual Assault Victims Banned from Using Their Real Names
Victoria

As reported in the Herald Sun this morning, changes to the Judicial Proceedings Reports Act introduced in February now mean that sexual assault victims can be jailed if they talk about their experiences while using their real names. Victims are now prohibited from identifying themselves in publications such as media and autobiographies, whether they consent to their name being used or not. Story continues below… In this state, it is now an offence to publish the identity of a…

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New COVID-19 Restrictions

As many of you will already know, Dan Andrews declared a State of Disaster for Victoria last night and tighter COVID-19 restrictions came into place. A curfew is now in place for metropolitan residents that starts at 8pm each night and ends at 5am. You may leave your house during the day for the purposes of purchasing food and essential supplies, giving or receiving care, exercise and work or study that cannot be done from home. Story continues below……

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Sunbury Leisure Centre Closed
Sunbury Aquatic and Leisure Centre

This may come as no surprise but the Sunbury Leisure Centre is now closed again due to COVID-19 restrictions. It will be closed until further notice and memberships have been postponed.

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New COVID-19 Rules

Due to an alarming increase in COVID-19 cases in Victoria, the State Government has tightened some rules that were due to relax. From now on, households are limited to 5 visitors at a time and outside gatherings are limited to 10 people. Story continues below… Residents in the hotspot areas, including Hume, are being encouraged not to travel outside of their area and people are being urged to avoid traveling to the same areas.

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Restrictions Ease

As more restrictions around the state and country ease, here’s a list of things that will be open from June 1 and the maximum number of people allowed in each of them. You’ll be able to have 20 people in your home, including the people who already live there (so 16 guests if you have a family of four). Story continues below… Outdoor gatherings – 20 people Libraries and community facilities – no more than 20 people in one…

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McDonalds Closure

McDonalds Sunbury has been closed for a deep clean after a delivery driver was found to be infected with COVID-19. The McDonalds restaurants that are affected by the closures are Sunbury, Calder Highway Inbound and Outbound, Melton East, Taylors Lake, Campbellfield, Hoppers Crossing, Riverdale Village, Sandown, Laverton North, Yallambie and BP Rockbank. Have you read our latest issue?

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COVID-19 Restriction Update

As restrictions begin to relax around the country, here’s what Sunbury residents will be able to do from Wednesday the 13th of May. Starting from Wednesday, Victorians will be able to play golf, hike, fish and join walking groups as long as they continue to maintain physical distancing requirements. Story continues below… Weddings will be able to have 10 guests, indoor funerals may have 20 people and outdoor funerals will be able to have up to 30 people. Religious…

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